It will be like Groundhog Day in the weekend's Tamworth men's hockey grand finals with South United and Kiwi Diggers matching up in all three grades.
In all three Souths finished minor premiers (Souths Blue in the case of third grade).
Building on their first grand final appearance since 2016 last year (they ultimately went down to Workies), Souths have been the dominant force in the first grade competition this season.
They were unbeaten through the round games and have played some really good hockey.
"I think generally we've been playing better as a team," keeper James Hindmarsh said.
"We're using the field better, moving the ball better, and building up much better through the play."
He noted that some of the younger players in the side have too really stepped up.
Like Nick O'Connor. He is a runaway for the top goalscorer of the year.
That ability to find the back of the net consistently - not just through O'Connor although he has been a prominent avenue - has made a big difference. They have scored 43 goals from their nine games, almost double the next best (Tudors).
At the other end they have been equally as impressive, conceding just 10 goals.
Hindmarsh has had a pretty good view of the defence in action and said having Chris Massey back this season has been great.
"He gives you a lot of strength at the back," he said.
Adam Straub has also made a welcome return, and the experience of the him, Massey, coach Sam Clifton, and Jarrod McCluand has combined well with the exuberance of the young talent coming through.
But Souths have been here before. Last year they finished minor premiers only to be hammered by Workies in the grand final.
"It's a grand final, I would never assume anything," Hindmarsh said.
"The last two games have been close."
Kiwis are the only team aside from Workies to have won first grade premiership in the last decade. They briefly broke their stranglehold on the silverware in 2017 in what was an epic contest.
Underdogs on Sunday, coach Greg Doolan said they are going to have to be at their best to have any chance.
"Souths have been the best team," he said.
"Their ball movement and ball control is really good, and they've got a very strong midfield with some strike power up front."
He said Kiwis' strength is probably their defence, although they can be prone to turning the ball over trying to go too long.
"We've got to be very smart when we have the ball to try and limit the involvement of the Souths midfield," he said.
Basically do what they did in the second of their three clashes.
In what Doolan, who is the Northern Inland Regional Coaching Coordinator, rates one of the best game he's seen in Tamworth for probably three-five years, they went down 1-nil.
"That gives us a little bit of confidence; we need to play that game," he said.
In what has been a great club achievement, they will have a team in the grand final in every grade from the under-13s through to first grade.